Indermit Gill

Five wrong notions have encour­aged Asia and Amer­i­ca to mis­di­ag­nose Europe’s ail­ments, Inder­mit Gill writes. And although Euro­peans need to make big changes, he believes the EU’s eco­nom­ic mod­el can still be made to work
Europe has been get­ting a bad press. The Greeks and the Ital­ians have been exco­ri­at­ed for endan­ger­ing the euro, and Ice­land, Ire­land, Por­tu­gal and Spain have been crit­i­cised for their reck­less finan­cial poli­cies. End­less sum­mit­ry in Brus­sels hasn’t helped. Europe is increas­ing­ly seen by Amer­i­cans and Asians as slug­gish, even spoilt. Five wrong notions that have led to this mis­di­ag­no­sis.

via Arti­cle > Demol­ish­ing five myths about Europe’s decline.


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